Nooner Ranch - Medina County, D'Hanis, TX
This high-fenced ranch is located in the unique transition zone located between the Texas Hill Country and the South Texas Plains. The transition zone offers a unique habitat consisting of both South Texas and Hill Country habitat. A few appealing aspects of the ranch are the abundance of live oak trees and the 1.5-hour proximity to San Antonio. The property includes a genetically improved white-tailed deer herd.
Approximately 10 miles north of D’Hanis, Texas.
Topography, Rangeland & Habitat
Topography is gently rolling hills. The habitat included live oaks, mesquite, persimmon, agarita, elm, hackberry, sumac, and other traditional South Texas and Hill Country species.
Genetically improved white-tailed deer, doves and turkeys.
Domestic Edwards water well.
Single phase with meter.
50% owned by seller, unknown amount.
The ranch is located in a TPWD CWD containment zone and is under a TAHC CWD herd plan. All harvested white-tailed deer must be tested for CWD.